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As the COVID-19 crisis continues to develop and reports of bottled water shortages make headlines, the Kansas Water Office and Kansas Department of Health and Environment want to remind Kansans the drinking water provided by our public water supply systems is free of viruses and other pathogens.Read More
Landowners in priority areas within the Fall River, John Redmond, Kanopolis and Tuttle Creek watersheds are eligible for financial assistance for erosion-reducing conservation practice implementation through the Kansas Reservoir Protection Initiative (KRPI).Read More
The 2020 Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas will be virtual November 9-10. Please mark your calendars and more information will be shared closer to the dates.Read More
Photos to be featured in conjunction with the 2020 Virtual Governor’s Water Conference in November. Deadline to submit is Oct. 31.Read More
Undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit abstracts on water-related research to be presented as posters. The submission deadline is October 26.Read More
The report for the 2019 Water Technology Farm growing season is now available.Read More
July 6 Governor Kelly issued drought emergency, warning and watches for Kansas countiesRead More
In accordance with Ad Astra Reopening Plan guidance, KWO continues agency operations in telework capacity with a limited office presence as needed. To contact the office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785-296-3185 (toll free 1-888-526-9283).
Seventeen farms have now been established in Kansas focusing on water conservation and better management practices.
These reports are intended to provide a background of regional issues and record the progress towards regional goals and the Long-Term Vision for the Future of Water Supply in Kansas.